Are you and your child confused by school maths?

I am delighted to offer you a FREE online call with Steve Chinn, a world-renowned expert in the teaching of mathematics, especially in the primary stages.
Book your FREE online webinar place here, for Wednesday 10th July at 7:30pm.
Steve quotes that 25% of young adults in the UK have poor numeracy, with those diagnosed as dyscalculic having no understanding of simple number concepts. So don’t worry you are not alone.  His approach uses a lot of visual imagery and is thus very complimentary to Empowering Learning and really resonates with me.
Empowering Learning practitioners  teach students how to get control of their images including numbers and a little on times tables, especially when the experiences of neurodivergent students may be very different; starting with out of control mental images and deep anxiety,  Steve builds on student’s visual images to teach the who range of number skills developing the students’ visual imagery for all mathematics. When students have not developed these skills they need to briefly go back to the beginning, building their confidence at every step. In just one hour you will improve your understanding, learn a few tips and discover how you can learn more.
Book your FREE online webinar place here, for Wednesday 10th July at 7:30pm.
You would really benefit from looking at his website before the session www.stevechinn.co.uk.
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For more information about learning to visualise numbers, go to www.empoweringlearning.co.uk, it is an easy skill to learn once you know how or take a look at “The Elephants in the Classroom: uncovering every student’s natural power of mental imagery to enhance learning“.  To find out more, order your own copy here, or more than 10 copies here or on  Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com.

About olivehickmott

I am a Forensic Learning coach, showing people how they can improve their own learning and change their health. Working with creative neurodivergent students is a joy, as they learn new skills to overcome many of their learning challenges.
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